Stumbling on Secrets
As a child, I never could resist an opportunity to investigate in places I thought had been intended to be unavailable to me.
One of the most memorable times occurred while I was in college. I can’t remember why, but during summer vacation, I was in the basement of our house and spotted a trunk of the sort that isn’t a steamer trunk type but was larger than the then ubiquitous foot locker.
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